Australian substitute captain Matthew Wade regretted the team’s batting in Bangladesh because the team collapsed with a record low score in the T20 series finals.
On Monday, Bangladesh beat Australia with 60 points in Dhaka and beat Australia with a total score of 4-1. The tourist’s batter only scored 62 points in 13.4 games, the worst in the team’s history. Overall result.
Wade told reporters: “There are not too many positive factors to eliminate, to be defeated in the way we did…No matter how many people we have here, the Australian cricket team is not good enough.”
“The reality is that we need to do better in terms of rotation, including myself. There are a lot of players on this team who need to find a way to score in this situation.”
After Australia defeated the West Indies 4-1 in the T20 last month, the series lost.
Many of Australia’s top players were selected to skip the tournament, and regular captain Aaron Finch was excluded from Bangladesh due to a knee injury.
But before the T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates and Oman in October and November, the series of losses have already sounded the alarm.
Wade, who led the Australian team with 22 points on Monday, said he did not blame the team’s young players.
“Myself, Moises (Enriquez), Dan Christian, we are all experienced players, we need to do better,” he said.
“Those (young) players have the opportunity to experience these conditions, if they take it as a learning opportunity to become better players, we should all do it, then at least we have learned something.
“I have played a lot of cricket and they are undoubtedly the most challenging T20 international stadium I have ever played.
“What they see here will be a very valuable future, but this is in the senior batting group and we need more runs.”